It’s Friyay! Hoping this Snack pack can put the “yay” into your Friday.
I love the Church and I want it to thrive. As a result, I’m often occupied about how true to our identity we are as the Church. This means ongoing introspection, and, sometimes saying something. I’m generally opinionated and, at the same time, always reigning myself in. Particularly on social media. Among the many subjects I can get worked up about, the Church is at the top. Interestingly, it is also the one subject I’m most careful about. This applies even more in times of failure of / in churches. I dare critique my / our critique.
In this week’s episode, we talk about Eric’s recent run-in with his lawnmower and what any of that has to do with Church Tech.
Are you careful when approaching something new? Or does your caution cause you to lack action?
Let’s talk about it!
I’ve got things for cat people and dog people, and people who love naps in this weeks’ Snack Pack.
In the VlogBrothers video below, John Green shares about the only Psychiatric Hospital in Sierra Leone and its 199-year history.
It made me think about churches, missions, and non-profits and the ways we, as the church, can make a difference in the world.
Seinfeld recently celebrated 30 years since its first episode aired back in 1989. It’s been lauded as one of the best TV shows of all time, despite being a show about nothing. Seinfeld is also my favorite sitcom of all time.
One of my pastor friends recently published an article on the Youth Worker Collective blog about what youth ministry leaders can learn from Seinfeld. So I thought I’d write a similar article for other church leaders—especially those in church communication.